Truly Exceptional Images of a Flower Design Green & Ivory Wedding Bouquet & Boutonniere's by Ashton Photography
These images of Nicola & Paul's wedding day are so exquisitely beautiful, huge thanks to Steve & Stephanie Ashton of Ashton Photography for providing them, they are masters of their art, I always have a tingle of excitement when I know they're the photographers at a wedding, not least because they're such a pleasure to work with but I also know I'm going to get a set of flower images from them just as superb as these, as a florist you can't ask for more than that!
I loved and adored this green and ivory wedding bouquet, the collection of flowers and foliage's were beyond beautiful, their fragrance and touch exquisite in every way, I had chosen many of my personal favourites, that happened to be Nicola's favourites too; Lily of the Valley, David Austin's heavenly Patience Rose, Ivory Peonies, Sweet Peas, Arabicum, Alchemilla Mollis and Lissianthus, this was a plentiful wedding bouquet, luscious and incredibly sensuous, an absolute joy to create and even better to carry.
The Bride's Mum's handbag corsage in shades of pale blue and silver we used Lily of the Valley from the Brides Bouquet and then introduced Muscari, rolled Metalina Rose Petals, Silver grey Hydrangea florets and Viburnum blossom. Luscious Ivory Peonies Delicate fragrant Lily of the Valley Nicola & Paul were getting married at their local Church "All Saints" in Higher Walton
Paul's special Groom's Boutonniere included an Avalanche Rose and fresh lily of the Valley, his Best Man's Buttonhole was a simpler but co-ordinating version with an Avalanche Rose and Champagne Grass Panicum. The Bridesmaids were wearing "Grape" coloured gowns, their bouquets included a cacophony of colour and variety, we used Blue Bells, Muscari, Campanula, Sweet Peas, Blue Curiosa & Miranda Roses, Sweet Peas, Oregano and Marjoram.
The very beautiful Bride Nicola
Congratulations to Mr & Mrs Lundy
Completely gorgeous girls! (Adele Bridesmaid on the left is also a FD Bride, here's a link to her beautiful wedding day!) The Wedding Breakfast was in the lovely surroundings of Mitton Hall, where the tables were dressed with a combination of high and lower designs, Candelabras and hand tied posies in vases.
Candelabras look fabulous in this space, we'd also brought the pedestals from Church just to complete the look.